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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Celebrating Black Sisterhood and It's Directors

I am a serious Black Film lover (as you may have guessed by now) and love to go to black film festivals. I wish programs such as these were able to tour the country and reach those not able to make it......I always think it's a shame so many fine pieces are produced and so many will never even get to see them....

This is a unique film festival of shorts, celebrating sisterhood and black female directors. It is also hosted by Julie Dash (above-director of"Daughters of The Dust", among others).

The Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center (BHERC) will present its 14th Annual African American Film Marketplace and S. E. Manly Short Film Showcase, October 18-21, 2007 at the Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, CA.Included in this annual showcase of emerging African American filmmakers will be "Celebration of Sisterhood," hosted by award-winning filmmaker Julie Dash. The celebration will honor black women directors. In addition to short films, the event will include workshops, seminars, vendors and networking. For more information: 310.284.3170 ~


Yobachi said...

You know Talk To Me is directed by a sister (probably did)?

The same one who wrote and directed Eve's Bayou

Invisible Woman said...

Yeah, we talked about that a bit before we had the blessing of your presence on this blog, Yobachi. Archives can sometimes be a wonderful thing 9
(Hint, hint) ;-)